Ernst Lauckhardt (1872-1942); Initiated: 1912; Trade: Lithographer. A native of Brooklyn, Ernst Lauckhardt received his education in the public schools. He entered the firm of Trautmann, Bailey and Blampey in 1888 as an apprentice artist. He advanced his career at the same firm, rising to the positions of Vice President and Director. He was a member of the General Society for thirty years. Beyond his service as president, Mr. Lauckhardt held the offices of Second Vice President (1923) and Vice President (1924). Additional service to the Society included committee memberships: Library Committee (1913-1922, 1941-1942), Finance Committee (1926-1928), Membership Committee (1929-1930, 1935, 1938-1940), Museum Committee (1934) and Nominating Committee (1934-1937).
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